Dealer sentenced to almost 11 years in rapper Mac Miller's overdose death 

An Arizona man who helped supply the counterfeit oxycodone drugs that led to the overdose death of  

Rapper Mac Miller was sentenced to nearly 11 years in prison Monday, federal prosecutors said. 

Ryan Reavis, 38, is one of three men charged in Miller’s death in the Studio City section of Los Angeles in 2018. 

Reavis pleaded guilty in November to one count of distribution of fentanyl. 

His attorney has described him as a “runner” who delivered pills containing oxycodone but did not know they contained fentanyl. 

Miller, whose legal name was Malcolm James McCormick, was found dead at his home on Sept. 7, 2018. 

Reavis was acting at the direction of another man, Stephen Andrew Walter when he delivered the pills to Cameron James Pettit,  

who is alleged to have then sold them to Miller, prosecutors have said. 

Reavis and Walter have pleaded guilty. Pettit has pleaded not guilty.